"Adventure Into Fascism" - Wilton Ivie - January 1947
"The technology and physical abundance of North America are antithetical to fascism. This nation and this Continent should be in the forefront of those who would crush fascism in the world. Instead, we have failed, in this social obligation to ourselves and to the world. The following is reprinted as it first appeared in the January, 1957 issue of The Northwest Technocrat. It serves as an excellent review of the nature and purpose of fascism. The article also explores some sobering possibilities for the future."
Wilton Ivie (1907–1969) was an American entomologist and arachnologist, who described hundreds of new species and many new genera of spiders, both under his own name and in collaboration with Ralph Vary Chamberlin. He was employed by the American Museum of Natural History in New York. He also was a member of the Technocracy movement which advocated a science based social design the underpinning of which was an idea referred to as 'energy accounting'.
Wilton Ivie: B.S., M.S. in biology from University of Utah.
For the last 9 years of his life he worked at the American Museum of Natural History. He died as a result of an auto accident on 8-Aug-1969.